Vic Mensa & Travis Scott Two Rising All-Star Entertainers Of Hip-Hop

One of these two rappers calls Chicago their home while the other has trill roots in Houston.

However, both Travi$ Scott and Vic Mensa have had the opportunity to work with Kanye West and they both have unleashed an incredible ability to entertain.

Getting crowds hyped up is not always an easy thing for many artists. It takes some real showmanship to harness the energy of a crowd and keep that energy going for the entire show but these two don't seem to have a problem with that.

It could be a product of the type of music they make. No, not the fact that they make Hip-Hop music but the fact that the type of music they make is perfect for hyping crowds.

Think about Vic Mensa's "U Mad," it's a song that features and incredibly heart-pounding beat that builds up and then drops sending the crowd insane, not to mention there is a Kanye West verse.

Recently, Mensa waited until the beat wound up and then jumped right into the crowd when it dropped.

Mensa is a member of ROC Nation and it's safe to say that a collaboration between him and Travi$ Scott would be epic.

Then you have Travi$ Scott. The young rapper out of Houston who happens to be sign to both Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music and T.I.'s Hustle Gang.

Some fans might call him a creative genius because of his ability to produce and write high energy songs that fans are crazy about.

He has been known to crowd surf and get the fans hype with his hard-hitting beats that are relentless when it comes to electrifying crowds.

The video below shows Scott right in the thick of a crowd performing "Quintana" and "Upper Echelon," last last year.

Scott isn't afraid to let his crowd get rowdy and rage along with him either as you can tell by one of his recent Instagram posts below. Both Scott and Mensa seem to be fearless when it comes to performing and also when it comes to making music in a world full of rappers like Kanye West, Drake, The Game and Meek Mill just to name a few.

They are excellent at what they do and it shows by the reaction of the crowds in the videos and Instagram posts.

It's safe to say that you're most likely going to get your money's worth when going to see one of these two perform.

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